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User Experience Magazine: Volume 4, Issue 4, 2005

 

User Experience magazine cover Volume 4, Issue 4, 2005

Volume 4, Issue 4, 2005


User Experience is distributed to all UPA members as a membership benefit.

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Features

Becoming Agile: Usability and Short Project Cycles
By Gwen Pearson & Susan Pearsall

HOW MANY USERS ARE REALLY ENOUGH?
Illustrations by Bob Goodman

When to Test and When to Hold Off:
Wait If Major Problems Mask Minor Ones
By Ellen Tauber, Julie Stanford, and Laura Klein

Designing Tests to Get What You Need:
Practical Tips for Dealing with Limited Numbers of Participants
By Carolyn Snyder

What to Report:
Deciding Whether an Issue is Valid
By Michael A. Katz and Christian Rohrer

Mullet and Sano–A Decade On
By Kevin Narey

The Market Value of Technology: Revenge of the Consumers
By Steve Crandall and Steve Greenspan

Departments

Editor's Note
Selling Ourselves: Upstream and Downstream
By Aaron Marcus

What's News
Perfecting Pill Popping
By Tema Frank

Book Review
Keeping Up with the Field: A Textbook You’ll Want to Save
By Alice Preston

 
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